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Overview (3)

Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Birth NameJames Dean Simon
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Laneth Sffarlenn is an actor from Melbourne, Australia whose credits range from stage to on-and-off screen roles.

He's known for his parts in comedy web series That Stupid Cupboard (2017), independent Australian feature film The Target (2018), and as one of the main zombies in the web series parody of long running Aussie TV Drama Neighbours, Neighbours Vs Zombies (2014).

With experience in musical theatre and a little bit of improv, Laneth's charisma and presence is felt even as an extra on film and TV shoots.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Laneth Sffarlenn

Spouse (1)

Jennifer Tumbri (1 November 2009 - 23 October 2012) ( divorced)

Trivia (8)

Underwent emergency elective brain surgery in early 2013 to remove a congenital birth defect called an Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) that was close to rupturing. Surgery was a success, and recovery was complete. Laneth now has a scar that stretches across his entire forehead, just within the hairline, so most of it is not visible.
Left home at seventeen due to irreconcilable issues with family, after years of instability.
In the various characters he's played in short films and online content, has died almost as often as he has lived.
Is of Welsh, English, Irish, and Spanish descent.
First visited the Neighbours lot for their Halloween special 'Neighbours Vs Zombies' in 2014, and has appeared numerous times as an extra since.
Has a penchant for mimicry and has friends that have been at him for many years to get into voice acting. Finally started making moves towards this goal in late 2015.
First found his love of acting on stage when in cub scouts as a young boy, performing in three annual shows and swearing to himself that he would be an actor 'one day'.
Took part in an improvised theatre production in high school called 'Theatre of the Oppressed', which was designed to help teens deal with and express common youth issues.

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